Moving has always been super stressful for me. When it comes to something that I do not really like doing, I will put it off until the very last minute. Lately, I have been in high gear to get organized because the best way to make change easy is by de-cluttering your life.
Since I am always on the go I need to have away to have everything I need with me. I am the kind of person who likes writing things down, but I do not want to carry a notebook and have a million lists floating around my bag. I was chatting with Erin a few weeks ago about what apps; she uses to keep herself organized. By the way, Erin is the most organized person I know.
These are both GREAT apps to stay on top of your to-do-lists and keep your life organized. I have been using both of these apps for the last few weeks and I have to say I LOVE them.
Our goal at Evernote is to give everyone the ability to easily capture any moment, idea, inspiration, or experience whenever they want using whichever device or platform they find most convenient, and then to make all of that information easy to find.
And we’ve done just that. From creating text and ink notes, to snapshots of whiteboards and wine labels, to clips of webpages, Evernote users can capture anything from their real and digital lives and find it all anytime.
What I love about Evernote is that you can accesses it wherever you are from your phone and computer. You can plan trips, save manuals, make lists, make vision boards and much more.
I think that Carley Knobloch said it best; Evernote is like having a filing cabinet in your back pocket. All of my important documents follow me wherever I go — my house is virtually paperless and all of my information is accessible whenever I need it, from wherever I am. It‘s one of those rare services that become more useful as time goes on. The best part is, using Evernote means never having to say to someone, “Oh I left it in my other purse,” or “Oh it’s in my hard drive.”
I have been using evernote to keep track of my move to NYC, My trips, my book list, blog post ideas, clothes that I own, my yarn, knitting patterns, knitting supplies, and anything else that I need to keep track of.
Here are some good blog post from the Evernote blog.
How Evernote Works for Moms, Business, and Everything in Between, by Carley Knobloch, Digitwirl Founder
(Ithink I went a little link crazy, but all of those post are great reads)
Wunderlist is a great way to keep track of your to-do-list. I use this app for to-do-list only. What I love about Wunderlist is that you can have more than one list and you can view them on the same page at the same time. I have one for personal and one for work and one for moving. You can even share your list with friends and family.
In closing, I use both of these apps on a daily basis and I love them both.